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OTTAWA -- The Ottawa Senators believe theyll have one of the best goaltending tandems in the NHL rather than a goaltending controversy. The Senators signed Craig Anderson to a three-year contract extension on Monday worth US$12.6 million, just weeks signing Robin Lehner to a three-year deal. "I think its a great thing for the Ottawa Senators having two guys that we feel can be No. 1, two guys that can go in the net at any point and time and win games," Senators assistant GM Pierre Dorion. "I think they work welcomel with each other, theyre going to push each other and I think its only a good thing for our team and our fans." The 33-year-old Anderson has one year remaining on the four-year deal he signed with Ottawa prior to the 2011-12 season. Hell make $4.75 million in 2015-16 and 2016-17 and then drop to $3.1 million in 2017-18. He was relieved to have the contract completed before the start of the season. "Taking the contract part out of the equation allows me to focus completely, 100 per cent, on my job of stopping the puck and theres no distraction whatsoever from that part of the game," Anderson said. "Thats exciting for me and a good feeling that Im going to be part of the Senators organization for the next few years." With both Lehner and Anderson both under contract the big question will be: who is No. 1? The 23-year-old Lehner was considered Ottawas goaltender of the future, though Andersons new deal raises the question of when that future will come. Dorion said GM Bryan Murray instructed him to tell reporters that whoever wins games will play. Anderson anticipates Lehner will push him for playing time and said thats a benefit for any goalie. "Robin and I have gotten along really, really welcomel the last few years and Im looking forward to working with him and helping him improve," Anderson said. "By him being a better goalie hes going to help me become a better goalie and were going to be a better team because of it." Anderson, who put up an NHL-best .941 save percentage in the lockout-shortened 2013 season to help Ottawa make the playoffs amid injuries to Erik Karlsson and Jason Spezza, dropped to .911 last year. He went 25-16-8 with a 3.00 goals-against-average and had four shutouts in 53 games. The Sens starting goaltender struggled at times, but the defence in front of him also had its share of problems. Too many times Anderson was left hung out to dry, but he believes everyone has grown from the experience and expects the Senators to be a better team. "Obviously I could have been better, but as a group we all could have been better and when everyone does a little bit better job the whole team gets a lot better, so thats what our focus is going to be going forward," Anderson said. "If everyone can be a little bit better, including myself, it will go a long way in the team concept of winning hockey games." Anderson called the current group of players the "closest group of guys that Ive played with in my career," and feels that will go a long way in the teams development. "We went through a lot of ups and downs last year and a lot of adversity," said Anderson. "We had a lot of young guys that have really grown through those experiences and I expect them to be that much better this year for it." Hes been impressed by Lehners development both on and off the ice, he said, and has seen his younger counterpart develop into a true professional with a big heart and sees no downside to the team having two solid goaltenders. "If the team has confidence in both their goaltenders its just going to help the team win at the end of the day," he said. Anderson, acquired from the Colorado Avalanche in exchange for Brian Elliott in 2011, said he had no qualms re-signing with the Senators despite the departure of high profile players like Daniel Alfredsson and Spezza. "Everything about the city of Ottawa has been outstanding for me and it was one of those things where I love it there and I wanted to continue and stay there and continue to call that place my home because its a great place to play," said Anderson. "I wanted to stay here and continue to be a part of the organization as long as I can." The Senators continue to work on contract extensions for Bobby Ryan and Marc Methot, but Dorion said he doesnt anticipate anything happening with Ryan until he returns to Ottawa and discussions are ongoing with Methot and agent Larry Kelly. Still left on the Senators to-do list before the start of the regular season is the naming of a new captain after Spezza was traded to the Dallas Stars. Spezza wore the "C" for only one year after replacing longtime captain Alfredsson
. Leave it to Matt Niskanen, the newly proclaimed Eddie Haskell of the Washington Capitals.
.This one was bigger than most.Ben Roethlisberger and LeVeon Bell came up big in a game that Pittsburgh had to win Sunday, leading the Steelers to a 42-21 drubbing of the Cincinnati Bengals that left the AFC North race wide open.
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. MacLean clocked 8:24.91 seconds, eclipsing the previous mark of 8:27.59 set by Brittany Reimer of Victoria at the 2005 FINA World Championships in Montreal. MacLean and Tabitha Baumann of Ottawa -- second in 8:32.37 -- both went under the qualifying standard to be nominated to the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacific teams.
. The Stampeders announced the move on Wednesday. Bell spent his first two CFL seasons with the B.PHOENIX -- Yusmeiro Petit rarely pitched so welcomel in his days with the Arizona Diamondbacks. An older, wiser version of the former Arizona right-hander was on the mound against his old team on Sunday, and for the second straight start since he was called up from the minors, Petit was in control. He struck out a career-high 10, Hector Sanchez drove in three runs and the San Francisco Giants beat Arizona 8-2 to take two of three from the Diamondbacks. Hunter Pence homered, doubled and singled, driving in two runs and scoring three times as the Giants improved to 10-5 against Arizona this season. But the story for San Francisco was Petit. "Im not going to say surprised, Im going to say Im happy for him," Pence said. "Hes just gets his work done. Hes done everything the right way. Hes a good guy to have around the clubhouse. Hes positive. He has tremendous command, hes got a couple of off-speed pitches to keep them honest, and its been fun playing behind him." Patrick Corbin (13-5), pitching on an extra two days rest, allowed five runs on nine hits in five innings to fall to 1-4 in his last seven starts. Petit (2-0), who pitched for the Diamondbacks from 2007-09, went six-plus innings, allowing two runs on seven hits in his first career start against Arizona. He also singled in a run, his second career RBI. Petit was making his second start since being called up from Triple-A Fresno. He gave up two runs on six hits in six innings in a 5-3 win at Colorado on Tuesday. "Hes come up here and done all that we could ask for," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. Petits previous career high in strikeouts was eight on three occasions, most recently July 29, 2009, while pitching for Arizona against Philadelphia. He said hes a "completely different" pitcher than he was in those days. "Experience," he said with a teammate serving as translator. "Before I wasnt consistent with what I was doing. Now the experience is taking place in what Im showing right now." Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said Petit "is a little bit more mature" than he was in his days with the Diamondbacks. "He had a good plan today and he hit his spots," Gibson said. "When you hit your spots with that much regularity it makes it tough." San Francisco won its fourth consecutive series over the Diamondbacks overall and fifth series in a row in Arizona. The Diamondbacks last won a series at home against the Giaants April 6-8, 2012.dddddddddddd The extra rest didnt do much good for Corbin. In his last two outings, the young left-hander has given up 14 runs, 13 earned, on 16 hits. "I felt all right," Corbin said. "I just wasnt really locating anything and left some pitches up." San Francisco scored three times with two outs in the fourth inning. Buster Posey led off with a single, then Pence doubled to put runners at second and third. Pablo Sandoval flew out to right and Brett Pill grounded out to third and it looked as if Corbin might escape. But Sanchez doubled to left-centre to bring both runners home and make it 3-1. Gregor Blancos infield single put runners at first and third, then Petits single to right put the Giants up 4-1. It was Petits fourth career hit in 69 at-bats. Pences opposite-field home run on Corbins full-count pitch with two outs in the fifth boosted the lead to 5-1. Arizona scored first in the opening inning when Adam Eaton singled and scored from first on Martin Prados two-out double. San Francisco tied it in the second. Pence drew a leadoff walk, advanced to third on Sandovals single and scored on Sanchezs ground out to short. Petit left after giving up a leadoff single to A.J. Pollock in the seventh. Left-hander Jose Mijares got Gerardo Parra to fly out, then struck out pinch-hitter Tony Campana. Willie Bloomquist singled to put runners at first and second, then Eatons RBI single cut the lead to 5-2. Right-hander Santiago Casilla relieved Mijares and, on the first pitch, Paul Goldschmidt flew out to centre to end the inning. Posey doubled in two runs off and Pence had an RBI single off Heath Bell in the ninth. NOTES: The Giants activated 2B Tony Abreu off the 15-day DL. Abreu missed 31 games with bursitis in his left knee. ... The Diamondbacks recalled two relievers from Triple-A Reno, right-hander David Hernandez and left-hander Tony Sipp. ... The Diamondbacks open a three-game series against Toronto on Monday night, with right-hander Brandon McCarthy (3-8, 5.03 ERA) going for Arizona and right-hander Esmil Rogers (3-7, 5.03) on the mound for the Blue Jays. Its the Diamondbacks final interleague series of the season. ... San Francisco goes to San Diego for a three-game series, with Barry Zito (4-10, 5.81) starting for the Giants and Ian Kennedy (5-9, 5.10) for the Padres. ... Arizona acquired minor league RH reliever Matt Langwell from Cleveland to complete the Jason Kubel trade to the Indians.
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